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Dr. William Crump
Dr. William CrumpDr. Crump is Associate Dean of the University of Louisville School of Medicine Trover Campus and Professor of Family Medicine at U of L. A graduate of Vanderbilt Medical School, he completed residency at the University of Alabama in Birmingham and a Faculty Development Fellowship at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He was a faculty member at the regional campus at Huntsville, Alabama for almost 10 years and Assistant Dean and Director of Rural Programs at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston for almost six years prior to his move to Madisonville in 1998. Concerning his activities in Madisonville, Dr. Crump says: "I feel that I've been preparing for this job my entire professional life. It's a challenge I truly enjoy. As I look back on my time here, it's remarkable how much fun it's been. I am proud of our graduates and working with them has made me a better doctor and teacher."

Ms. Pam Carter
Ms. Pam CarterMs. Carter is the U of L Trover Campus Clerkship Coordinator. She is responsible for student records, communication with faculty and curriculum coordination along with providing the primary staff support for the third year medical students. Ms. Carter says: "Helping the medical students accomplish their goal of becoming a physician is very rewarding. I enjoy getting to know the students and I'm very proud of all of them."

Ms. Kendall Denny
Ms. Kendall DennyMs. Kendall Denny is the Pathways Coordinator for the Trover Campus. She manages all day-to-day aspects for the High School Rural Scholars, College Rural Scholars, Prematriculation, Preclinical programs and our Admissions process. She says, “I am so blessed to have been able to come full circle with the U of L Trover Campus. As a former High School Rural Scholar myself, having the privilege of managing the program just puts a smile on my face! I absolutely love that I get to play such an integral part in the beginning of each student’s journey to medical school!”

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